Re-Key Your Existing Locks

Homes may have various entrances and various locks on the different entrances. Depending on how many doors there may be you may find that you have a lot of keys that you have to deal with, there may even be more than one key for each door that you have. If this is the case then you may want to think about re-keying your locks. Lock re-keying will cease any fumbling that you may have to do when you have multiple keys that you need to use to unlock the door. If you had one key that worked on all of your locks you would not have to go through a lot of keys trying to find the right one… re-keying your locks will save you time finding the right key by positioning yourself to have one key that unlocks all of your locks, and it will definitely save you space on your key ring. Re-keying your locks is a grand idea, but what does re-keying service entail? Here is exactly what you can expect.

When you are having locks re-keyed the inner workings of your lock is being removed and replaced with another lock so they can function with a different key. Re-keying your locks is a cost effective way to change the keys to your home or business without having to install new hardware and new locks. When we re-key your locks the only thing that we are changing is the internal mechanisms of your lock. You do not have to worry about having to replace your deadbolt, knobs or any of the hardware.

There are a variety of situations in which you may need or want to have your locks re-keyed. No matter the reason or situation, a locksmith will be more than happy to re-key your locks for you. Here are some situations that you may see that you need to have your locks re-keyed.

You may have keys that have been stolen, lost or borrowed/used and not returned

  • You want all of your locks to have the same keys
  • You don't want to have to replace your lock
  • If you are a new homeowner and you want to make sure no one else has a key to your home
  • If you are renting your home and you want to make sure no previous tenants have a copy of the key